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Wed, Apr 24



Anti-Racism for BIPOC Allies

Learning to be anti-racist is a journey that requires accepting potential discomfort and learning to authentically navigate difference. This webinar aims to inspire deeper personal and programmatic anti-racist practices through strategic storytelling and reflection questions.

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Anti-Racism for BIPOC Allies
Anti-Racism for BIPOC Allies

Time & Location

Apr 24, 2024, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM


About the event

Learning to be anti-racist is a journey. It can be awkward at first to discuss race and racism, especially if it is unfamiliar, or the attempt feels risky. Accepting potential discomfort and learning to authentically navigate difference is the imperative of our times. The journey often includes learning from past experiences, developing a deeper capacity to listen, centering attention beyond one’s personal experience, and recognizing larger systemic patterns of dominant culture. These skills are important capacities one can deepen over time. This webinar will utilize strategic storytelling and reflection questions with the aim of inspiring deeper personal and programmatic anti-racist practices.


1. Reflect on a time where a personal defensive reaction diminished an interpersonal connection and describe at least two strategies for approaching a similar situation differently.

2. Name at least four common workplace norms that are connected to dominant culture values and analyze what impacts may result.

3. Record three ideas learned about yourself or anti-racism practices, two things you’ll learn more about, and one action you’ll take given what you’ve discovered.

About the Presenter

Well known for her capacity to hold brave space for delicate proceedings, Amelia Psmythe Seger is a seasoned facilitator and effective coach. She centers growth of trust in relationships and support for well-being, while helping individuals and groups gain insights and find many ways to move forward.

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